January 23, 2020 @ 2pmEST/11amPST
If you think Vision Zero is only for big, urban communities, think again. In fact, it has its roots in smaller, more rural areas. This one-hour webinar, hosted by Vision Zero Network, will focus on experiences and recommendations from mid-sized suburban communities leading the way on Vision Zero in the U.S. Learn more & register here.
February 11, 2020 @ 2-3pmEST / 11am-noonPST
Join us for an extra-informative Vision Zero Network webinar about strategies and countermeasures to address pedestrian safety via traffic-speed management in urban environments.
Webinar is currently full. Please contact FHWA for information on viewing the recording after the event. Click for contact information to receive the recording.
February 13, 2020 @ 1-2:30pm EST / 10-11:30amPST
Hosted by FHWA & Vision Zero Network
The Federal Highway Administration Office of Safety and the Vision Zero Network invite you to a webinar on STEP, Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian. This webinar will provide the Vision Zero communities with an overview of the pedestrian safety problems and how STEP countermeasures can be used to improve pedestrian safety. The webinar also will feature the City of Richmond, Virginia’s implementation of STEP to advance pedestrian safety.
March 5th @ 1-2pmEST / 10-11amPST
The city of West Palm Beach, Florida is experiencing improved safety on the streets – fewer serious traffic injuries and fatalities – since committing to Vision Zero in 2018. Find out what city staff point to as the most promising strategies toward safety in this mid-sized community, including a greater focusing on managing speeds, improving citywide lighting, significant traffic calming investments, and an emphasis on multi-agency and community wide collaboration and engagement. Hear from Uyen Dang, West Palm Beach City Traffic Engineer and Tara Applebaum, Vision Zero Coordinator.
December 11, 2019 @ 2:00–3:30pm ET / 11:00am–12:30pm PT
You are invited to register for this free webinar, sponsored by FHWA, about the USLIMITS2 speed setting tool. USLIMITS2 is a web based tool designed to help practitioners set reasonable, safe, and consistent speed limits for specific segments of roads. USLIMITS2 is applicable to all types of roads ranging from rural local roads and residential streets to urban freeways. However, the tool is not applicable to school zones or construction zones.
NEW DATE: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 (10amPST / 1pmEST) 1-hour
Learn from guest speakers from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety and Numetric, which provides traffic safety analytic tools to state and local agencies, how data is being used to advance safety decisions across law enforcement agencies, municipal governments and nonprofit organizations.
Thursday September 5, 2019 (10am PST / 1pm EST)
Learn how to engage and empower youth in Vision Zero initiatives with examples from partners in CA, DC and VA.
Tuesday June 18, 2019 (10am PST / 1 pm EST)
Geotab, a leader in data analytics, and NYC discuss using telematics – or wireless data communication – to advance NYC’s Vision Zero goals.
Thursday July 18, 2019 (9:00am PST / 12:00 pm EST / 5:00 pm BST)
Learn how London is addressing road danger by encouraging active and sustainable modes of transport.
Wednesday May 22, 2019 (11am PST/ 2pm EST)
Learn how to conduct meaningful Vision Zero community engagement.